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NHTSA opens investigation into Tesla suspension failures

The number of Model S and Model X complaints is increasing as vehicles age

The U.S. government's road safety agency is investigating complaints that suspensions can fail on nearly 115,000 Tesla electric vehicles. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it has 43 complaints that linkages near the ball joints can fail, allowing contact between the tire and wheel liner. In addition, NHTSA says it has eight complaints that may involve suspension failures that haven’t been confirmed by photos or service records.

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Renault will turn a French car plant into a recycling center

The automaker aims to employ 3,000 people at the revamped site by 2030

Renault will stop assembling new cars at its Flins factory outside Paris and turn the site into a research, recycling and repair centre by 2024 in a move set to save full-time jobs at the plant, the company said on Wednesday. "The status quo was no longer possible, we had to be lucid about this," Renault Chairman Jean-Dominique Senard told an online news conference after meeting with unions at Flins, flanked by new Chief Executive Luca De Meo. Renault, which had been struggling with waning pro

Denso fuel-pump recall expands to 3.5 million vehicles in U.S.

Toyota, Ford, Honda, Subaru and Mitsubishi cars could stall

Tesla's upcoming S&P 500 debut fuels 'crazy' trading volume

And expect even more frenzy once it joins the stock index Dec. 1

If you traded a stock in the past week, there's a fair chance it was Tesla. Shares in the electric car maker led by CEO Elon Musk rose almost 3% on Wednesday and have now surged 40% since Nov. 16, when it was announced Tesla would join the S&P 500 in December. One of Wall Street's most loved - and hated - stocks, Tesla was already the U.S. stock market's most traded companies by average daily value, but trading has surged in recent sessions, along with Tesla's stock price.

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